Gavin, a farm boy from a small town, has reached a turning point in his life. Follow in the footsteps of his older brother, as a professional baseball player, or continue on his parents’ farm where his help is essential. His little brother Ben, who is crippled, idealizes him and gives him morale in the face of the pressures of the farm and college. One fine day during practice he is given a chance to hit and he hits the ball out of the field…
Month: March 2022
Terence is caught in a vicious circle, he cannot get a job because he has no experience, but he cannot gain experience without getting a job!
The true story of Stephanie Slater, a British estate agent who was kidnapped, raped, and held for ransom by Michael Sams, who imprisoned her in a coffin-like box for eight days.
A young American man comes to believe that he can will himself back to London in the time of the American Revolution and meet his ancestors, who lived in the house he has just inherited.
They’re back, and they’re one louder. Spinal Tap return with this feature-length ‘rockumentary’, in which the band members – Nigel Tufnel, David St Hubbins and Derek Smalls – reveal where they are now, and take us back to where it all began; Squatney, London. Also on hand are familiar faces from the band’s past, Marty Di Bergi, Artie Fufkin and Jeanine, founder and owner of itchy Irish clothing shop Potato Republic.
Based on a true story, James Coburn portrays a military lawyer assigned to defend a confessed psychotic killer set in the context of WWII and the uneasy US-Australian military alliance. The accused killer claims to have killed 3 women in order to possess their voices. Despite the defense lawyer’s concerns that the killer is not fit to stand trial, the US military presses forward with the case and its desire to have the killer executed in order to strengthen the shaky alliance.
Lenny Von Dohlen plays Billy Galvin, the son of a no-nonsense construction worker (Karl Malden). Though his dad insists that he go to college to become an architect, Billy would rather go into his father’s line of work. To prevent this, dad pulls strings to keep Billy out of the ironworker’s union. His bullheadedness inevitably leads to ill-will and emotional disaster. Produced for PBS’ American Playhouse TV series, Billy Galvin was afforded a very brief theatrical run.
New York City custodian Daryll Deever is a big fan of local news reporter Tony Sokolow, so he is intrigued when she shows up to cover a story at his workplace. There’s been a murder in the office building, and Tony suspects that Daryll may have insight into the crime, a notion that he furthers to stay close to her. However, when those behind the killing begin to think that Daryll really knows something, they target both him and Tony to keep their secrets hidden.